The temple as evident from the name actually housed a Lord Ganesha idol made of pure Gold and was of south Indian style (until 2012 when it was stolen). At present the temple still serves the memory of that idol and is still dedicated to Lord Ganesha, however you cannot witness the Gold idol anymore. The small and simple temple is still worth visiting for it's religious sanctity and emotional reverence amongst the local populace.
Rupanarayan temple is located very close to the Diveagar beach on the way to the beach and the temple is decicated to Vishnu. Idol in the temple is very old and it is a form of Dashavatar. Idol in the Rupnarayan mandir is old but looks very beautifully carved in black sagamravari Rock.
Janjira Fort or the Janjira Jal-durg is one of the most impressive structures located in the Indian state of Maharashtra. You can site this fort in a small town named Dighi which is 15 Km from our Resort from where you can catch ferry to reach On the Fort. The best thing about this fort is that it is surrounded by water on all sides and that is why is also referred to as Island Fort. It is one of the premier attractions of the town. Janjira Fort is one of its kinds in the whole India.
Surrounded by three hills named Harihareshwar, Harshinachal and Pushpadri. The river Savitri enters the Arabian Sea from the town of Harihareshwar. Towards the north of the town is the temple of Lord Harihareshwar, said to have been blessed by Lord Shiva. Hence Harihareshwar is often referred to as Dev-ghar or "house of God". The town also as a seren beach.
Kuda caves are a part of 13 rock cut caves built up by the buddhist in between 1st and 6th century. Located in Kuda hills and on the way to Diveagar around 20 Kms, the caves are around 200 ft above sea level. Sculptures of two elephants at the entrance of cave and the elegantly carved idol of Buddha is the main attraction of Kuda caves.